Bob has a lifetime of business accomplishments, pursuing a late life career change in accounting after retiring as a railroad marketing product manager at what would later become the BNSF. His responsibilities included negotiating and composing rail transportation contracts for business worth a few million in revenues.


He received formal training to hone several of his skills, including contract negotiations. He attended UTA and graduated cum laude with an overall 3.75 grade point.


In between nearly a decade of public accounting service he was a loan officer for the Small Business Administration, reviewing and approving small business loan applications for disaster relief. He is familiar with the typical needs of small businesses, having created from scratch dozens of entities as CFO for a Dallas entrepreneur specializing in Section 42 housing.


Bob is Quick Books certified and has a passion for accounting that borders on obsession. He operates his own LLC as a means to minimize his tax exposure for himself and his wife and is intimately familiar with the needs of the small businessman or businesswoman. He takes great pride in his work as a follower of The Prince of Peace and seeks to be of maximum service.

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Phone: 817-284-4747

Fax: 817-284-2540


1060 W Pipeline Rd, Suite 110 Hurst, TX 76053

Who We Help:

We handle cases throughout North Texas, including, Hurst, Euless, Bedford, Colleyville, Keller, Grapevine, Fort Worth, Dallas, and

Southlake, Texas.


Our clients range from manufacturers, builders, sub contractors, service corporations, entrepreneurs, medical professionals, retirees, and even include other attorneys and accountants.


Unless otherwise noted, attorneys in the Firm are not certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. All questions concerning this website should be directed to The attorney responsible for this site for the purposes of compliance with the Texas Bar Rules is J. David Groce.